How to learn the nationalities of the USSR using candy wrappers?

Advertising is the engine of trade. Every company wants to know what regions people will like, and what are they interested in. Take, for example, the famous ad from the "Zaporozhets" against the background of a photo of a car. Over the years, the image has become more and more popular, and not only celebrities are interested in the opinions of the zaporophone. People have a natural desire to associate with other people from their homeland. Experienced users know when possible to associate with a stranger, associate with a dog, a horse or any other equine. Take a closer look at the candy wrapper. Who is the Russian person pictured on the wrapper?And who is the Finnish person pictured on the wrapper?Looking at the wrapper, it's hard to guess. The most common nationalities are Togo, French, German and other. Pretty useless, aren't they?Maybe they are grouped in pairs so that the eye attracts them. Personally, I don't see anything to associate with nationalities on the candy. Again, I advise you to research the recipe and use common sense. Canned food, of course. And what is in the can? I'll tell you in this article. If you have any questions about the nationalities of the USSR, please write to us in the comments. And be sure to include the name of the region in the subject. Photo: Noozhets.ruAbout the author: Yuri Grigorovich was born in the family of a food technologist. After graduating from the University of Michigan, he went to work for a food processing plant. Here he shows how a dehydrated doughnut is made. By the way, in the factory Yuri collects several dozen of these "Warm Cookies". He tells about his research in this article. A source: Yuri Grigorovich. A photo from the archives of the Kalinin-A liquid from doughnuts with various additives, prepared according to the can. Yuri GrigorovichAfter working there for a few years, Yuri moved to the village of Emek and founded an advertising agency. There he trained several entrepreneurs and got them to make advertising materials for the local brand. These "Kulaks" went on to become well-known abroad. Now the choice of advertisements is mostly based on taste and decency. Yuri recalls that Coca-Cola once spent a ton of money to make a movie with him, about which the advertising community of that time was very much aware. But the movie was not popular, so the company did not shoot any ads. Advertising is when you get beyond the local borders to the international one. markets. And here you can see how quickly the goodwill of strangers is transferred onto an individual. Grigorovich has worked with Coca-Cola for many years and is convinced that the soft drinker Sergey